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Safety measures & racing rules for Mass start Races at ISU Speed Skating Events

This Communication 2038 is an update of ISU Communication No. 1957 which was issued for the season 2015-16. It contains important regulations on safety measures, making it mandatory for Competitors to wear certain safety gear and racing suits with specific qualities.

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Qualification process & entry procedures for ISU Speed Skating Championships 2016/17

Further to ISU Communication No. 2033 (Entries ISU Championships 2017), this Communication contains detailed information on the qualification process and entry procedures for ISU Speed Skating Championships for the season 2016/17.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2016/17

ISU Communication 2031 on the ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2016/17

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ISU Course for Speed Skating Referees Park City (USA)

The ISU has decided to hold a course for Speed Skating Referees, which will be organized by the ISU Speed Skating Technical Committee and US Speedskating (as hosting ISU Speed Skating Member) in Park City, Utah (USA), September 29–October 2, 2016

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List of Referees, Starters and Competitors Stewards, season 2016/17

List of Referees, Starters and Competitors Stewards, season 2016/17 for Speed Skating and Short Track Speed Skating

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating Final – Heerenveen (NED) Day 3

Brittany Bowe (USA) and Kjeld Nuis (NED) went home with the Grand World Cup at the World Cup Final in Heerenveen on Sunday.

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ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships– Changchun (CHN) Review

Elizaveta Kazelina became the first female Russian World Junior Allround Champion, when she powered to the title with three distance wins in Changchun on Saturday.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating Final – Heerenveen (NED) Day 2

Brittany Bowe (USA) was the queen of the ice in Heerenveen on Saturday. The World Sprint Champion won both the ladies’ 500m and 1500m, with compatriot Heather Richardson-Bergsma coming second on both occasions. Sven Kramer (NED) won the man-to-man battle with compatriot Jorrit Bergsma in the 5000m.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating Final – Heerenveen (NED) Day 1

Brittany Bowe (USA) started the World Cup Final with another victory in the 500m in Heerenveen on Friday. In the Men’s 500m Ruslan Murashov (RUS) grabbed gold in Thialf Stadium. Despite being absent Martina Sábliková (CZE) won a milestone 3000/5000m World Cup, with Natalya Voronina (RUS) winning the final race of the season.

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ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships – Berlin (GER) Day 2

The Netherlands finally managed to equal Norway with 36 Men’s World Allround titles on Sunday, when Sven Kramer secured his record extending eighth World Allround gold in Berlin. In the Ladies’ tournament Martina Sábliková (CZE) defeated Ireen Wüst (NED) in a hard fought battle to take her career fourth World Allround Title.

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ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships – Berlin (GER) Day 1

Sven Kramer (NED) anticipated on a record extending eighth world allround title, when he took a firm lead in the classification after Day 1 of the ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships in Berlin. His rivals crashed, withdrew or just had to settle for Kramer’s supremacy in the 5000m. Martina Sábliková (CZE) and Ireen Wüst (NED) put up a great fight in the ladies’ competition. The Czech lady edged out Wüst in an exciting 3000m and leads overnight with a 0.03 margin in Sunday’s 1500m over her Dutch arch rival.

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ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships 2016 – Berlin (GER) Preview

Berlin will host the ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships for the third time in history. Sven Kramer leads the Dutch quest to equal Norway’s record total of 36 World Allround titles in the Men’s tournament at Sportforum Hohenschönhausen. Martina Sábliková (CZE) and Ireen Wüst (NED) will probably reignite their battle for the ladies’ crown after Wüst’s absence on the international stage in the first half of the World Cup season. Kramer and Sáblíková are the defending Champions.

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ISU World Sprint Speed Skating Championships– Seoul (KOR) Day 2

Brittany Bowe (USA) and Pavel Kulizhnikov (RUS) successfully defended their World Sprint titles at the 47th World Sprint Championships in Seoul. After a challenging first day they both made their mark with a superb 500m on the final day of the tournament.

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ISU World Sprint Speed Skating Championships– Seoul (KOR) Day 1

Heather Richardson-Bergsma (USA) and Pavel Kulizhnikov (RUS) lead the classification after day one of the 47th World Sprint Championships in Seoul, but the battle is far from over. Jorien ter Mors (NED) put the pressure on Richardson beating her in the 1000m, and Kjeld Nuis (Ned) did the exact same thing to Kulizhnikov in the men’s tournament.

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ISU World Sprint Speed Skating Championships– Seoul (KOR) Preview

The 47th World Sprint Championships in Seoul give the world’s best sprinters a taste of Korea two years before the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games. Seoul hosts the World Sprint Championships for the second time in history after Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN) and Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt (GER) took the titles there in 2000.

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